Stop Multitasking! Try Single-Tasking Instead.

There’s no such thing as “multitasking”.

The cost of multitasking.

  1. Decreased productivity,
  2. Increased stress, and
  3. Weakened memory

1. Decreased productivity

2. Increased stress

3. Weakened memory

So, how do I start single-tasking?

1. Make a to-do list and follow its sequence.

2. Remove other distractions while focusing on a task.

3. Interruptions are unavoidable, so address them sparingly.

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